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Error in Transaction : /DBM/TM_VT- tIME RECORDING

Hi,

In /DBM/TM_VT TRANSACTION I slected personal number and event (like work on order) and choose order no from list of release orders but when saving system is giving the below message

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Error occurred during saving of time stamp of personnel number 00000017

Message no. /DBM/TM051

Diagnosis

Errors occured during saving of the time stamp.

System Response

Error was recorded. The current time data can not be changed, but further time stamps can be created.

Procedure

The incorrect time stamps can be viewed via the error log in transaction Error Processing

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How to fix this

Chidambaram

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 03:30 PM

    Hi Chida

    Go to transaction /DBM/TM_ERRORS.

    Entry with the personnal number and look the issue

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      If there is no CATS record updated for any of the time stamp transactions; then the set up for time stamp transaction is not proper. Following are some of the things that need to be ensured.

      1. the cats profile for updating time stmp data of terminal needs to be set up.

      2. for updating the DBM order, task,item to the CATSDB table the exit CATS0002 needs to be implemented.

      3. If the automatic cost transfer is active (for DBM 600 SP02 a correction note needs to be applied to activate) then HR info record 315 needs to be maintained with cost center and activity type.

      4. Also note that the CATS record gets updated from DBM time stamp if controlling object has been assigned to the previous time event of the person number.

      Hope this helps.

      Thanks and Regds,

      Dhairyasheel

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